Barwa Grand Prix of Qatar
The fabulous Losail International Circuit lies on the outskirts of Doha, the capital city of Qatar. Built in little over a year, the track cost $58 million USD and required round-the-clock dedication from almost 1,000 workers in order to get it ready for the inaugural event - the Marlboro Grand Prix of Qatar on the 2nd October 2004.
The track itself is a flowing layout of 5.4 kilometers, surrounded by artificial grass designed to prevent sand from the neighboring desert from blowing onto the circuit. The main straight is over a kilometer in length and there is a good mix of medium and high-speed corners, including a couple of quick left-handers which has proved particularly popular with the riders.
In 2008 Qatar celebrated the first night time Grand Prix in history, following the construction of permanent outdoor lighting. The switch to night time racing was a success and has continued to be so, with the Qatar event now established as one of the most spectacular on the MotoGP calendar.
We laser cut and hand paint a replica of the Barwa Grand Prix of Qatar race track, that comes with stainless steel standoffs, to be proudly displayed as wall art.
The track design comes in 2 standard sizes which are laser cut from either a 800mm x 600mm Board or a 600mm x 400mm board. Each track design will pretty much utilize the space given without distorting the track shape.
The race track wall art can come with the track name in the center of the art piece too.